Consul – Emabacy

An official of the U.S. Department of State overseas, who may issue travel documents to someone seeking permission to come to the U.S. The Consul is charged with the responsibility of interpreting and enforcing U.S. immigration laws outside of the U.S. The U.S. Consul also has duties relating to the protection of its citizens in a foreign country. The Benghazi Embassy tragedy was considered one of the most horrific breaches of trust of international law in which the community of nations are legally obligated and compelled to protect members  of a consulate from harm or interference of any kind.

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